Ive got all my sites-enabled vhosts in separate confs for all my hosts, both 443 and 80, ssl-sites enabled in separate files too.
Im trying to renew and when I run certbot --update I am greeted with the following nonsense. ( a single s where my hostname should be, so selecting it obviously results in an undesirable error and failure to properly obtain or generate a certificate, keep in mind I actually need new certs, and I have already purged certbot and reinstalled fresh.
Which names would you like to activate HTTPS for?
This is on apache2 with Debian 8 jessie
“detail”: “Error creating new authz :: DNS name does not have enough labels”,
I need to get that ‘s’ outta there and get my domain name where its supposed to be, I have no idea where this is stored, or how to clear it, or how to correct it.
Is this simply a matter of certbot trying to generate a cert based on the default vhost of /var/www/ in the apache.conf ?
I don’t think that it should considering all of my hosts are properly placed in the /etc/apache2/sites-enabled folder.
Any help moving forward to get this secured is greatly appreciated.